Malvern Teams Win 6 Premierships

15th August 2015

Malvern Cyclones u13/6 24 lost to PLC Tigers 26

This was the first season in which Cyclones were able to play finals. Finiishing second on the ladder, they defeated Malvern Whirlwinds in the Preliminary Final to qualify for the Grand Final.The match was a close one with the teams never being separated by more than 4 goals. Cyclones got  to within 1 goal in the final quarter, but ran out of time, the final siren seeing them go down by 2 goals.

Malvern Waves u13/1 24 d St Mary's Fireworks 21

Waves finished on top of the ladder, but were beaten by Fireworks in the Second Semi Final. Winning the Preliminary Final, a rematch was set up. Waves were behind for most of the day, hitting the front during the last quarter. In a high standard match they ran out winners by 3.


                                Malvern Waves u13/1 Premiers Winter 2015                 


Malvern Storm u15/4 52 d Mt Waverley Stars 12

Storm had a great season, finishing on top of the ladder, with only one loss.They started the match brilliantly and continued in the same vein to record a convincing win.


                                     Malvern Storm u15/4 Premiers Winter 2015 

Malvern Tremors u15/3 25 d Ashburton Sapphires 16

Tremors finished on top of the ladder, having been undefeated.They started well, were never headed and kept their undefeated record intact with a 9 goal victory.


                              Malvern Tremors  u15/3 Premiers Winter 2015


Malvern Avalanches u15/2 21 d Hartwell Swans 20

Avalanches finished 3rd on the ladder and won their way through to the Grand Final. This team has had a history of very close Grand Finals, some of which have needed extra time to decide the result. This was no different. Avalanches led all day, getting out to a lead of 6, but Hartwell came home with a rush. The final siren saw Avalanches victorious by the most slender of margins.

                           Malvern Avalanches u15/2 Premiers Winter 2015

Malvern Thunder u17/5 18 lost to Holy Family Crystals 32

Unfortunately, Thunder had a slightly depleted lineup for this match. Holy Family started in a dominant fashion, leading by 8 at quarter time. This set the tone of the match, with Holy Family running out winners by 14.

Malvern Gales u17/3 27 d St Mary's Cyclones 26

Gales had finished 2nd on the ladder with St Mary's on top. The game was a close one. the scores never differing by more than 3. Gales trailed for most of the match, but a long shot scored with about 45 seconds to go saw them in front when it mattered most.

Malvern Glaciers u17/2 21 d Ashwood Tigers 18

Glaciers had finished as Minor Premiers and won through to the Grand Final via the Second Semi Final.They led all day and although Ashwood were closing the gap towards the end of the game, Glaciers held on to win their second Premiership in a row, having won in Spring 2014.

Malvern Hurricanes U19/1 22 lost to Ashburton Blaze 38

Hurricanes came up against a slick, skillful Ashburton Blaze who had finished well clear on top of the ladder at the end of the Home and Away season. 

Congratulations to all Premiership Players, and well done to all Malvern Players who represented the club during Winter 2015!










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